Crawford solutions

DDL provides the Crawford range of industrial doors, docking systems, and megadoors. Crawford is a leader in door and logistic systems with more than 1 million customers worldwide.

Crawford International works with strong and carefully selected distributors in countries where the Crawford Group does not have its own subsidiary. Working in close cooperation with their distributors, they focus on the customer needs and offer the market an extensive program of door and docking solutions, combined with reliable service.

Solutions include:

Overhead sectional door 542, 242

  • Door slides up under roof, gives free floor space
  • Energy effective, due to good insulation and automatic operation
  • Easy to open and close – All doors are individually balanced
  • 3 safety systems with strong focus on safe user working environment

Folding door 521, 220

  • Robust construction with low maintenance
  • Space saving installation
  • Ideal for high openings and to avoid damaged bottom panels from forklifts
  • Contributes to safe passage, visible door

High speed doors

  • Extensive range of models for inside & outside application
  • Contribute to short passage time and high work efficiency
  • Break-away and self-repair system
  • Tight sealing and wind-resistance

Dock levellers & shelters

  • Bridges the gap between the vehicle and the bay and eliminates the distance between truck bed and floor
  • Can handle any load/weight (dynamic load) and all different sizes of vehicles including containers
  • Efficient, safe and fast load/unload

Megadoor solutions for airports & shipyards

  • Suitable for virtually any door opening
  • Designed for individual customer needs
  • Reliable operation in demanding environments
  • Customers within:
  • Civil and military aviation
  • Aircraft manufacturing
  • Space industry
  • Shipyards
  • Mining
  • Waste & recycling plants
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